1972/73

Team Roster & Stats - AIAA 1973/74

1974/75

Name:Red Devils
Record:11-8-1
Head Coach:Bill MacGillivary
Asst. Coach:Allan McIntyre
Captain & Asst.:Larry Wood with Gary McCarron & Mike Kohler
Staff:Dave Morrell, Rick Stewart, Randy McLaughlin & Charlie Gladwin

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Coach MacGillivary
Coach MacGillivary
Coach MacGillivary
Gord Hubley
Gord
Hubley
Gord
Hubley
Larry Wood
Larry
Wood
Larry
Wood
Mike Kohler
Mike
Kohler
Mike
Kohler
Danny Gill
Danny
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Danny
Gill

UNB lost some key scorers in Bob Keefe, Greg Holst (turned pro with NY Rangers), Brian Tapp and Gord Tufts, as well as defensemen Don MacAdam and john MacRae.

For the first time, coach Bill MacGillivary delved heavily into out of town players. From Charlottetown Colonel Gray they brought in Gerry McCarron and Carl Trainor, along with Chatham's John Hawkes (Merrimack), Len Hurcan (Michigan Tech), Gord Shipley (Bishops), Bob Nagge, Bruce Dunville (Moncton) and Glen Fisher (Montreal). Danny Gill was back after a year away from university.

The Red Devils stumbled along winning one and losing one until mid-January when they went on a 6-3-1 tear to finish second in teh Northern Division (11-8-1) behind Moncton. They played STU for times and won all four (5-0, 10-4, 7-2 and 11-1).

Gord Hubley played nearly every game in goal (11-7-1), while local player John MacLean played the other. UNB didn't have anybody among the top twenty scorers, but relied on their depth. Team captain Larry Wood (12-17), Danny Gill (11-16), Glen Fsiher (13-11), Gerry Bell (9-15), Doug MacDonald (5-17) and rugged blueliner Mike Kohler (4-16) all managed a point per game, while Gerry McCarron (85 minutes) and Bell (81) joined Kohler (89) in providing some new found grit.

UNB edged UPEI out of a playoff spot by beating them 4-0 in late February and it marked the first time in the playoffs since 1969-70. Going into the playoffs they would be without Gord Shipley (suspended) and Bob Nagge (torn knee ligaments).

the Red Devils were up against the juggernaut from St. Mary's (19-2) in the opener and got out shot 58-14 in losing 7-0. There was no consolation game this season, so it was one game and out after battling hard all season for a playoff spot. Larry wood receved the Corbett Medal as the top Make Athlete at UNB.

Ernie Fitsimmons, The History of Hockey in Fredericton: Volume 3 (pg. 95-96)

Reg. Season
Name GP G A Pts PIM
Alan Archibald 14 10 5 15 20
John Bagnall 8 0 2 2 0
Gerry Bell 18 9 15 24 81
John Berryman 2 0 0 0 0
Bruce Dumville 19 5 5 10 23
Glen Fisher 20 13 11 24 37
Terry Gauthier 2 0 0 0 0
Dan Gill 20 11 16 27 25
Gerry Grant 20 11 7 18 6
John Hawkes 17 2 9 11 35
Len Hercun 19 7 9 16 8
Dave Hubbard 4 0 0 0 0
Gord Hubley 20 0 1 1 4
Mike Kohler 19 4 16 20 89
Doug MacDonald 20 5 17 22 26
Gerry McCarron 20 5 9 14 85
John McLean 12 0 0 0 0
Charlie Miles 12 0 2 2 0
Bob Nagge 17 2 4 6 6
Brian Savoy 8 0 0 0 0
Dan Scott 1 1 0 1 0
Gord Shipley 11 0 1 1 19
Carl Trainor 16 5 10 15 29
Larry Wood 19 12 17 29 2

Goalie Stats

NameTypeGamesGoalsAssistsPointsPMTot. Min.Tot. Game(s)GAA
Gord HubleyL 20 0 1 1 4 1150 19 games and 10 min.3.70
John McLeanL 12 0 0 0 0 60 1 game and 0 min.5.00
Brian SavoyL 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 min.0.00
Total-League 1210 20 games and 10 min.

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